With most fence mounted intrusion detection systems this would pose a problem with numerous false alarms but not with Hydra! Hydra sensors can be mounted facing inward. In this scenario Hydra would use an inverse detection order so the system would still work exactly as designed to minimize false alarms. Humans or animals hitting the outer side of your fence would not register an alarm until an actual presence was detected on your property!
Absolutely! Hydra sensors operate entirely on battery power and the gateway consumes very little power and can utilize solar power if no AC is available. A cell modem can be paired for access from anywhere around the world.
This is an inexact science based on a variety of factors, but it is generally safe to assume that batteries should last anywhere between two and four years for Hydra fence mounted intrusion detection and approximately seven years on Hydra access points. Hydra sends an alarm notification when your battery level reaches 10% leaving ample time to order replacement batteries.
The Hydra network is secured end-to-end with 128-bit encryption. While Hydra fence mounted intrusion detection operates on a 2.4 GHz radio network it is not Wi-Fi and does not communicate with computers or mobile devices.
No, it does not. Once you purchase Hydra, you own the system and can utilize it however you please even if you need to take it to a different location. There’s no monthly contract with a lengthy term. That said, if you prefer to work out leasing options, that can be arranged.
It’s not a problem at all! With Hydra, simply order more sensors for the area needing to be protected. Mount and turn on the sensors and they will join the Hydra mesh network automatically, ready to be configured for operation.
Absolutely not! The Infinity 2020 fence mounted intrusion detection system can work on razor wire and decorative fences! Infinity 2020 even works on sliding gates and poorly tensioned fences.